Uttarakhand flood news: Glacier bursts in Chamoli District

Uttarakhand Chamoli Disaster News: Heavy destruction due to glacier breakdown in Uttarakhand, more than 150 missing, Army, SDRF; Rescue operation of ITBP.

The destruction of the glacier in Uttarakhand's Chamoli district on Sunday morning has caused huge havoc. The disaster in the Nandadevi Biosphere area destroyed the nearly 13 MW Rishiganga Power Project on Rishiganga and the 520 MW Tapovan Vishnugad Hydro Project on Dhauliganga. About 150 people, including workers and personnel working in them, are missing, while the bodies of seven persons have been recovered. Five local people are also involved in the missing. The exact causes of this natural phenomenon will be known only after receiving the report of experts, but the reason for this is being said to be an immediate possibility of a lake being formed there.

According to eyewitnesses, the number of missing persons may be higher than anticipated. Rescue and relief operations are in progress. 15 of the 50 workers trapped in the two tunnels were rescued safely. The bridge over the Indo-China border was washed away in this tragedy. This has cut the contact of about half a dozen villages. Here, Dhauliganga, Rishiganga, and Alaknanda were stirred up from Chamoli to Bijnor due to the debris that accompanied the debris. Taking immediate steps, the administration alerted them by emptying settlements along the Ganges and tributaries. As precautionary water was stopped from Tehri Dam, as well as the movement was stopped on many routes including Badrinath Highway. Traffic was smooth afternoon when the situation was somewhat normal.

The incident of the breaking of the glacier near Raini village is being reported between 9 am and 10 pm on Sunday. The government machinery came on alert mode as soon as the incident was received. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat canceled his program in Dehradun and immediately left for the scene of the incident. He visited the affected areas Tapovan and Rani. After this, returning to Doon, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat informed the reporters about the incident. He told that 35 people were working in Rishi Ganga Power Project. They also include two police personnel. It is all missing. 176 workers left for duty in the under-construction Tapovan Vishnugad project located five km downstream from this project. About 50 workers were trapped in two of these tunnels. Contact was established with 15 workers in a tunnel. They have been saved. About 30 to 35 workers have been reported stranded in the second tunnel. This tunnel is 250 meters long. There is a lot of silt in it. Rescuers have reached about 150 meters within this tunnel. So far these stranded people have not been contacted.


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